Heroes of History – Davy Crockett: A Review


  Dear Homeschooler, We love history! We just finished up a unit study on Native Americans and are currently studying a “Moving West” theme, including pioneering, emigrant trails, gold rushes, etc., and that is why we were very excited to incorporate the story Heroes of History – Davy Crockett  and corresponding Digital…

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Read, Write, & Type: A Review

Read, Write, & Type TH

Dear Homeschooler, How old were you when you learned to type? I didn’t have Typing Class until high school, but our tech-savvy world dictates we introduce Typing Class a lot earlier. This is why I was so excited for the opportunity to review Read, Write, & Type by Talking Fingers,…

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Homeschool Copywork: A Review

Homeschool Copywork feature

Dear Homeschooler, Don’t you love products that make learning better? With the Lifetime Membership from Homeschool Copywork, we were able to add some interest to our learning while working on becoming better writers. Offering copywork, cursive copywork, notebooking pages, studies, and coloring pages for early elementary, upper elementary, and junior/high school, there is…

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Grapevine Studies: A Review

Grapevine Studies

Dear Homeschooler, Since we started homeschooling, we have struggled to find the right Bible program, so I was extremely excited for the opportunity to review the New Testament Overview Part 1 by Grapevine Studies. For the past several weeks, we have been using the New Testament Part 1: John to…

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The Dragon and the Raven: A Review

Dragon and the Raven

Dear Homeschooler, Our family has been listening to a new audio theater recording by Heirloom Audio Productions called The Dragon and the Raven adapted from the book by G. A. Henty. If you are thinking this is just another book on tape, think again. This is a fully dramatized retelling…

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